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If you were a New England fan would you want to win the super bowl every year forever

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  • #16
    Originally posted by Unityriderguy View Post
    man if the patriots win again itís gonna be pathetic!! God Iím so tired of them winning , but on the other hand if I was a fan Iíd sure be happy ! But man what if they won forever?
    I am old enough to remember EDM in the early 80s

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    • #17
      Originally posted by the rouge View Post

      I am old enough to remember EDM in the early 80s
      Right comparison. To deviate a bit a team dominated by SK players won 4 Stanley cups in 5 years back in that era. Trottier, Gillies, Bourne, Lewis, Henning, Price, Resch and a few more. The remarkable thing about the Patriots is it happened in the era of FA,salary caps and drafting 31 or 32 every year. Bellichick is clearly the best of the best.
      Last edited by brady; 05-13-2018, 04:05 PM.

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      • #18
        I think if it's your team and you are passionalte about them, you never get bored of having them win. Be prepared though that fans of all other teams will get tired of you and will cheer against you at any opportunity, especially for the new fresh team that's gaining popularity.

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        • #19
          Of course fans want their team to win the championship every year...that's a given. However, too much winning can dampen enthusiasm a bit in a fan base over a period of time. I believe fans are most passionate at the time the team is on the rise to the top. That's the most exciting time to be a fan...during the ascension phase. Staying at the top too long starts to become too familiar and it becomes expectation of winning more than excitement. Obviously, fans are always happy when their teams are winning, but nothing beats the climb to the top.
          Hey you...yeah you I'm talking to you punter!! Stop kicking long punts, I want some short low trajectory punts with no hang time preferably with back spin so we can get more no yards penalties.

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          • #20
            Originally posted by CalgaryRiderFan View Post
            I think if it's your team and you are passionalte about them, you never get bored of having them win. Be prepared though that fans of all other teams will get tired of you and will cheer against you at any opportunity, especially for the new fresh team that's gaining popularity.
            as a Penguins fan - I have felt the wrath of this, especially through the playoffs this year. Wouldn't stop me from hoping they win nit, each and every year :P

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            • #21
              I remember watching the Riders back in the mid to late 80ís (pick your year) and it was a miracle if we could keep it close in the first quarter (wow I sound like Debbie Downer). Did those lean years make Ď89 that much sweeter? Without a doubt.

              On the other hand, would I rather watch the Riders win and win and win instead? Without a doubt. Athletes play to win regardless on the competition or situation.

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              • #22
                whether you hate them or love them the Super Bowl isn't the same without the Pats.

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                • #23
                  Originally posted by brady View Post
                  whether you hate them or love them the Super Bowl isn't the same without the Pats.
                  This I would disagre with 100%. If you are a Pats fan it makes sense it's not the same without the Pats. But for the rest of the league or fans of the other 31 teams. Quite honestly saying the Super Bowl is not the same with them in it is quite an arrogant thought.

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